Following up on their spring 2009 release, No Pants, No Problem, Men in Drag (no men, occasional drag) has released Late Nights, Parades to challenge what the world expects out of recorded all-female a cappella. Arranged/tracked by the group, and produced by renowned professionals, Late Nights, Parades saw critical acclaim before its release, when the album's first single, "On the Wing," was chosen to appear on national compilation album Voices Only 2011, and won the 2012 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award for Best Female Collegiate Arrangement. In spring 2012, the group's second single, "Cherry Pie," was released, accompanied by a music video parody that was discovered and shared widely by the original artist, Warrant. Throughout the album, Men in Drag's swag, vivacity, and passion shines through, and their music speaks for itself. Welcome to Late Nights, Parades.
Late Nights, Parades is an album by Men in Drag containing 37:07 minutes of music.
Brought to you by A Cappella Records.
All compositions appearing on this album have been licensed from their official sources via Loudr. A portion of each sale goes to the copyright holder(s).